ADA AND CANYON COUNTY RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL GROWTH AND

RESIDENTIAL HOME SALES/PRICES FROM 1998 to April 2005

CHAPTER X Appendix F to I, App. I, A950 to A1010

 

 

Star (Area 950)

 

Star area Map provided by the Intermountain Multiple Listing Services, Inc (IMLS)

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City of Boise Home Page http://www.cityofboise.org

 

Idaho Commerce & Labor http://www.idoc.state.id.us

 

The most recent city to incorporate in Ada County, December 10, 1997, was the city of Star.  The city of Star has in place Schools, Police Department, Fire Department, Post Office, Stores, Roads/Streets, Waste Water Treatment Facility and adequate water resources, which meet the Central District Health Department (CDHD) of Ada County and Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ). Star City Phone Number is (208-286-7247).   

 

Ada County Residential Home Sales statistics provided by the Intermountain Multiple Listing Services, Inc (IMLS)

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2000

 

Star was combined with Area 900 until July 2002 when reclassification to 950 occurred. 2000 and 2001 through Present statistics are presented as Area 950 (Referee to Area 900 for 1998 and 1999 statistics):

 

“The average price of homes sold by the end of December 2000 in Star refereed to as Area 950, was $198,573, as compared to the Median price of $ $136,000” (Ref. 10).

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st/2000

Not Reported

 

(Ref. 7)

2nd/2000

Not Reported

 

(Ref. 8)

3rd/2000

10

8

18 (Ref. 9)

4th/2000

4

12

16 (Ref. 10)

TOTAL

14

20

34

 

“Ada County average of the price of a home sold was $151,179 at the end of December 2000, as compared to the median price of $125,000 county wide” (Ref. 10).

 

2001

 

“At the end of the First Quarter of 2001, the average price of homes sold in Star was $178,270, as compared to the Median price of $146,925” (Ref. 11).

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st/2001

9

10

19 (Ref. 11)

2nd/2001

7

17

24 (Ref. 12)

3rd/2001

7

12

19 (Ref. 13)

4th/2001

6

16

22 (Ref. 14)

TOTAL

29

55

84

 

“Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the first three months of 2001 was $158,827, as compared to the median price of $131,000” (Ref. 11).

 

2002

 

“At the end of the First Quarter of 2002, the average price of homes sold in Star (Area 950) was $193,010, as compared to the Median price of $128,575. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the first three months of 2002 was $166,999, as compared to the median price of $139,000” (Ref. 15).

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st/2002

6

10

16 (Ref. 15)

2nd/2002

11

11

22 (Ref. 16)

3rd/2002

14

13

27 (Ref. 17)

4th/2002

13

14

27 (Ref. 18)

TOTAL

44

48

92

 

“At the end of the Second Quarter of 2002, the average price of homes sold in Star (Area 950) was $198,370, as compared to the Median price of $135,250. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Second Quarter or June 2002 was $172,188, as compared to the median price of $140,000” (Ref. 16).

 

“At the end of the Third Quarter of 2002, the average price of homes sold in Star (Area 950) was $183,256, as compared to the Median price of $144,630. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Third Quarter or September 2002 was $173,920, as compared to the median price of $143,545” (Ref. 17).

 

“At the end of the Fourth Quarter of 2002, the average price of homes sold in Star (Area 950) was $155,710, as compared to the Median price of $154,000. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Fourth Quarter 2002 was $167,911, as compared to the median price of $142,025” (Ref. 18).

 

Star (Area 950) Home Sales July 2000 through June 2002 Star (Area 950) Single-Family Homes Sold (1998 through 1999 statistics have been presented in Area 900 refereed to as Area 900 (Eagle and Star):

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

3rd - 4th / 2000

14

20

34

2001

29

55

84

2002

44

48

92

TOTAL

87

123

210

July to December 2000

30-months = new construction, existing homes and total listing

 

Star (Area 950) Home Sales July 2000 through December 2002 consists of the following monthly average by decimal:

 

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

2.9

4.1

7

July to December 2000 (30-months)

 

2003

 

“At the end of the First Quarter of 2003, the average price of homes sold in Star (Area 950) was $169,777, as compared to the Median price of $141,000. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the first three months of 2003 was $164,136, as compared to the median price of $139,800” (Ref. 19).

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st/2003

9

10

19 (Ref. 19)

2nd/2003

8

14

22 (Ref. 20)

3rd/2003

10

21

31 (Ref. 21)

4th/2003

25

21

46 (Ref. 22)

TOTAL

52

66

118

 

“At the end of the Second Quarter of 2003, the average price of homes sold in Star (Area 950) was $201,444, as compared to the Median price of $158,382.  Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Second Quarter or June 2003 was $164,136, as compared to the median price of $139,800” (Ref. 20).

 

“At the end of the Third Quarter of 2003, the average price of homes sold in Star (Area 950) was $158,445, as compared to the Median price of $129,500. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Third Quarter or September 2003 was $178,882, as compared to the median price of $150,000” (Ref. 21).

 

“At the end of the Fourth Quarter of 2003, the average price of homes sold in Star (Area 950) was $183,605, as compared to the Median price of $158,500. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Fourth Quarter 2003 was $185,995, as compared to the median price of $155,900” (Ref. 22).

 

First through Fourth Quarter of 2003 Monthly Average total # Single-Family Homes Sold in Star (Area 950) by decimal:

 

Ada County

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st to 4th Qtr

4.3

5.5

9.83

 

2004

 

“At the end of the First Quarter of 2004, the average price of homes sold in Star (Area 950) was $183,504, as compared to the Median price of $157,000. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the first three months of 2004 was $179,925, as compared to the median price of $160,000” (Ref. 23).

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st Qtr 2004

16

9

25 (Ref. 23)

2nd Qtr 2004

21

30

51 (Ref. 24)

Year End Report 3rd Qtr total listing = difference of 1st, 2nd & 4th Qtr total listing

Not reported

Not reported

177-126=51 (Ref. 25)

4th Qtr 2004

22

28

50 (Ref. 26)

TOTAL

59

67

177

Jan to June = 1st & 2nd Qtr & Sep to Dec = 4th Qtr 2004

 

“At the end of the Second Quarter of 2004, the average price of homes sold in Star (Area 950) was $176,067, as compared to the Median price of $164,980.  Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Second Quarter or June 2004 was $191,157, as compared to the median price of $160,000” (Ref. 24).

 

“At the end of the Third Quarter of 2004, the average price of homes sold in Star (Area 950) was _____, as compared to the Median price of _____. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Third Quarter or September 2004 was _____, as compared to the median price of _____” (Ref. 25).

 

“At the end of the Fourth Quarter of 2004, the average price of homes sold in Star (Area 950) was $207,184, as compared to the Median price of $176,959. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Fourth Quarter 2004 was $203,190, as compared to the median price of $170,000” (Ref. 26).

 

First through Fourth Quarters of December 2004 Monthly Average total # Single-Family Homes Sold in Star (Area 950) by decimal:

 

Ada County

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st, 2nd & 4th 2004

6.55

7.44

14.75

Jan to June = 1st & 2nd Qtr & Sep to Dec = 4th Qtr 2004

New Construction and Existing Homes = 9-months and total listing = 12-months

 

July 2000 through December 2004 total # Single-Family Homes Sold in Star (Area 950):

 

Ada County

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

3rd - 4th / 2000

14

20

34

2001

29

55

84

2002

31

34

65

2003

52

66

118

1st, 2nd & 4th 2004

59

67

126

Year End Report 3rd Qtr total listing = difference of 1st, 2nd & 4th Qtr total listing

Not reported

Not reported

177-126=51

TOTAL

185

242

478

July to December 2000

Jan to June = 1st & 2nd Qtr & Sep to Dec = 4th Qtr 2004

New Construction and Exiting Homes total reflects 1st, 2nd & 3rd 2004 (81-months) and total listing = 84-months

 

July 2000 through December 2004 Monthly Average total # Single-Family Homes Sold in Star (Area 950) by decimal:

 

Ada County

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

July 2000 to 2004

2.28

2.98

5.69

July to December 2000

Jan to June = 1st & 2nd Qtr & Sep to Dec = 4th Qtr 2004

Year End Report 3rd Qtr total listing = difference of 1st, 2nd & 4th Qtr total listing

New Construction and Exiting Homes total reflects 1st, 2nd & 3rd 2004 (81-months) and total listing = 84-months

 

2005

 

“At the end of the First Quarter of 2005, the average price of homes sold in Star (Area 950) was $209,899, as compared to the Median price of $179,700. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the first three months of 2005 was $204,644, as compared to the median price of $173,500” (Ref. 27).

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st/2005

Not reported

Not reported

50 (Ref. 27)

04/05

Not reported

Not reported

23 (Ref. 28)

TOTAL

 

 

73

Total listing = 4-months

                                

“During April 2005 the average price of homes sold in Star (Area 950) was $248,590, as compared to the Median price of $205,000. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the first three months of 2005 was $204,644, as compared to the median price of $176,015” (Ref. 28)

 

January though April 2005 Monthly Average total # Single-Family Homes Sold in Star (Area 950) by decimal:

 

Ada County

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

Jan to Apr 2005

 

 

18.25

Total listing = 4-months

                                

July 2000 through April 2005 total # Single-Family Homes Sold in Star (Area 950):

 

Ada County

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

3rd - 4th / 2000

14

20

34

2001

29

55

84

2002

31

34

65

2003

52

66

118

1st, 2nd & 4th 2004

59

67

126

Year End Report 3rd Qtr total listing = difference of 1st, 2nd & 4th Qtr total listing

Not reported

Not reported

177-126=51

1st Qtr /2005

Not reported

Not reported

50

04/05

Not reported

Not reported

23

TOTAL

185

242

551

July to December 2000

Jan to June = 1st & 2nd Qtr & Sep to Dec = 4th Qtr 2004

New Construction and Exiting Homes total reflects 1998 to 1st, 2nd & 3rd 2004 to March 2005 = 81-months and total listing = 88-months

New Construction and Exiting Homes Jan to April 2005 not available

 

July 2000 through April 2005 Monthly Average total # Single-Family Homes Sold in Star (Area 950) by decimal:

 

Ada County

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

July 2000 to Apr 2005

2.28

2.98

6.26

July to December 2000

Jan to June = 1st & 2nd Qtr & Sep to Dec = 4th Qtr 2004

Year End Report 3rd Qtr total listing = difference of 1st, 2nd & 4th Qtr total listing

New Construction and Exiting Homes total reflects 1998 to 1st, 2nd & 3rd 2004 to March 2005 = 81-months and total listing = 88-months

New Construction and Exiting Homes Jan to April 2005 not available

 

Ada County Residential Home Sales statistics provided by the Intermountain Multiple Listing Services, Inc (IMLS)

http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/AdaInterface.html 

 

(Ref. 1) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/AdaQtr4.htm

(Ref. 1B) http://www.intermountainmls.com/statistics.html

(Ref. 1C) http://www.intermountainmls.com/statistics.html

(Ref. 2) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/AdaQtr1.htm

(Ref. 3) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada4Q99.htm

(Ref. 4) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada1Q99.htm 

(Ref. 5) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada2Q99.htm 

(Ref. 6) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada3Q99.htm

(Ref. 7) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada1Q00.htm 

(Ref. 8) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada2Q.htm 

(Ref. 9) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/AdaQ3.html 

(Ref. 10) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/ada4q00.html 

(Ref. 11) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada1Q01.html 

(Ref. 12) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada2Q01.pdf 

(Ref. 13) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada3Q01.pdf 

(Ref. 14) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada4Q01.pdf 

(Ref. 15) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada1Q02.pdf

(Ref. 16) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada2Q02.pdf

(Ref. 17) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada3Q02.pdf

(Ref. 18 to 28) http://www.intermountainmls.com/statistics.html

 

 

Meridian Overview

 

Meridian Chamber of Commerce http://www.meridianchamber.org

 

Meridian provided by the Intermountain Multiple Listing Services, Inc (IMLS)

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Idaho Commerce & Labor http://www.idoc.state.id.us

 

"Growth in Meridian has boomed since 1990, more than tripling its population.  Most of the growth has occurred at the outskirts of the city, while vacant land inside the city sits idle.  These houses are along Eagle Road just south of Fairview Avenue.”  As reported by Katherine Jones of the Idaho Statesman.

 

"Meridian, the fastest growing city in Idaho 'or the past five years, is also the 15th fastest growing city in the United States.  In 1990, Meridian's population was around 10,000.  The Community Planning Associ­ation of Southwest Idaho says growth in Meridian is expected to continue, and demographers estimate the city will hit 80,000 people by 2015."  Present population is 23,596.

 

“Meridian Police Chief Bill Gordon unbolts a Meridian city limits sign that was up in front of the McDonald's Restaurant on Meridian Road, showing a population of 9,596.  Gordon and Meridian Mayor Bob Corrie took down the sign - the city limits now is several miles to the south.

 

To accommodate growth at the outskirts, in 2000, the Meridian City Council commenced planning to install $8.3 million in sewer lines in coming years. 

 

"If Meridian didn't do it, Boise would do it for us and those places would be in Boise," Meridian Mayor Robert Corrie said.  "If we did nothing, we'd be surrounded by Nampa and Boise, and Meridian would be a city of small size, without the residential or commercial tax base."

 

The land southwest of Meridian is higher in elevation, making sewers more expensive.  So officials don't plan to extend pipes to these areas, and they won't see much growth.  Widening a road will suddenly prime the land along it for development.  For example, developers plan large shopping and office centers along Eagle Road.  These projects, which will generate tens of thousands of car trips, weren't feasible until the road was widened recently.

 

Meridian was once considered the bedroom community of Boise.  While people worked and played in the capital city, they lived in Meridian. ­  But that has changed.  Within the past three years, high technology businesses like Crucial Technologies http://www.crucial.com , Jabil Circuit http://www.jbil.com , Micron Electronics http://www.micron.com and Execu-Net http://www.execunet.com  have been calling the Western Ada County city home. 

 

Industry officials say the city's central locati­on in the valley makes it a natural hot spot for his growth in technology-based develop­ment.  The arrival of Shopko, Fred Meyer, R.C. Willey and Home Depot have given Meridian residents little reason for traveling to Boise for they’re shopping needs.  But Meridian has a feel for its agricultural past, and its rural influence lives on." As reported by Tom Shanahan of the Idaho Statesman.

 

“Jabil’s Circuit Inc. began operating in Idaho in 1998, when Hewlett-Packard Co. sold its printed circuit-board manufacturing operations in Boise and Bergamo, Italy, to Jabil for $80 million.  Jabil operated on the HP campus in West Boise until early this year, when it moved its 450 Boise employees to the new plant in Meridian.  Then in June 2000 the St. Petersburg, Florida based Jabil, said it would expand its Meridian manufacturing facility.  It has grown from about $300 million in annual revenues in 1990 to revenues of $2 billion in 1999. 

 

Randy Della, senior director of operations said ground breaking for the expansion was scheduled July 2000 and construction would last for six months.  The current site includes about 170,000 square feet of manufacturing and office space on 50-acres.  Della said Jabil would add about 98,000 square feet – about 75,000 square feet of which will be manufacturing space.  “The company plans to expand to about 300,00 square feet of space within the next two to three years,” Meridian Mayor Robert Corrie said, as reported by John Tucker of the Idaho Statesman in July 2000.  Jabil will become the sixth major electronics-manufacturing firm with its own plant in the Treasure Valley. 

 

With a larger space, Jabil’s Meridian site anticipated hiring 800 or more people by 2002, Human Resource Management Ron Ray said.  In 2000 plant employment grew to about 700 people.  That was expected to increase to about 1,000 by the end of 2000 and between 1,500 and 1,700 by the end of the year 2001.  That will tighten a labor market in which companies such as Micron Electronics acknowledge 500 unfilled jobs, and some fast food outlets advertise starting wages around $8.00 an hour.”

 

In 2000, the city of Meridian commenced plans to build two more fire stations in up coming years, at a cost of about $1.5 million, or about $130 per household. Growth of Meridian residential subdivisions make it necessary to bring Fire Stations closer as about one-fourth of Meridian residents at the close of 2000 were outside the recommended 1.5-mile radius of a fire station.  Information obtained from Tom Shanahan of the Idaho Statesman.

 

Downtown Meridian offers a variety of shopping opportunities. Moonbeams jewelry and gift shop is moving to 611 E.1st St. to share space with Wildwest Bakery and Cindi’s Floral. Epi’s, A Basque Restaurant, 1115 E. 1st St., is the newest dining spot. Merchants there offer a Scarecrow Festival each year to entice shoppers near Halloween.

 

Meridian crossroads, was under construction late 2000.  Located on the southwest corner of Eagle Road and Fairview Avenue in Meridian, 14-acres of clothing, office supplies, outdoor goods, food and discount stores and other businesses bring a fast-growing city all the shopping convinces cities larger have. First phase of the project was slated to be finished October 2000. Tenants will include ShopKo, Macey’s Food and Drug and Office Depot. Downtown Boise is known for its many specialty stores, boutiques and novelty shops. The 8th Street Marketplace recently has expanded. Other downtown boutiques include Precious Metal Arts, Decor Creations, Esse Baby and Purple Sage." http://www.idahostatesman.com

 

Local farmers still gather in a downtown cafe on winter mornings and the city faithfully celebrates Dairy Days in a big way: the sum­mertime fair in June features a parade, a carni­val and other activities signifying a communi­ty-wide celebration.

 

ShopKo opened as of September 2000 with Macey’s Food and Drug, Office Depot and Old Navy planned in late 2000."  As reported by Dana Oland of the Idaho Statesman September 24, 2000. "

 

Macey’s Food and Drug, Office Depot and Old Navy now finished, provide both Meridian and surrounding area residents shopping convince.

 

The increase of young families has impacted the Meridian School District more than any other district in the state as enrollment num­bers continue to break previous year's records.  The fast-growing Meridian district offers in­novative programs, including year around schools.  A new year around school, Eliza Hart Spald­ing Elementary School, which opened in fall 1997, serves the area.  Year-round programming for West Boise students also is available at Pioneer Elementary School.  Parents can choose to send their children to traditional or year-round schools, and the dis­trict is ranked at the top of academic achieve­ment statewide.

 

"Meridian School District in 2000 had 23,000 students enrolled and Nampa with 10,000 students enrolled.

 

Families that homesteaded Meridian and those who moved to the city are part of a changing city - celebrating its past and looking forward to its future.

 

Many people are moving into Meridian's new homes and subdivisions." As reported by Bill Roberts of the Idaho Statesman September 24, 2000.

 

The Intermountain Multiple Listing Services, Inc (IMLS) Residential Home Sales statistics

http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/AdaInterface.html 

 

Meridian is refereed to as:

 

Southeast Meridian (Area 1000)

Southwest Meridian (Area 1010)

Northeast Meridian (Area 1020)

Northwest Meridian (Area 1030)

 

 

Southeast Meridian (Area 1000)

 

Meridian Chamber of Commerce http://www.meridianchamber.org

 

Meridian Map provided by the Intermountain Multiple Listing Services, Inc (IMLS)

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Meridian Home Page http://www.ci.meridian.id.us

 

Idaho Commerce & Labor http://www.idoc.state.id.us

 

Ada County Residential Home Sales statistics provided by the Intermountain Multiple Listing Services, Inc (IMLS)

http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/AdaInterface.html 

 

1998

 

“Southeast Meridian refereed to, as Area 1,000, average price of a home sold by December 1998 was $166,668, as compared to the Median price of $152,150” (Ref. 1).

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st/1998

24

16

40 (Ref. 2)

2nd/1998

42

28

70 (Ref. 1B)

3rd/1998

79

46

125 (Ref. 1C)

4th/1998

113

54

167 (Ref. 1)

TOTAL

137

70

207

 

“Ada County average of the price of a home sold was $154,78 at the end of December 1998, as compared to the median price of $120,900 county wide” (Ref. 1).

 

1999

 

“The average price of a home sold in Southeast Meridian by December 1999 was $175,111, as compared to the Median price of $165,450” (Ref. 3).

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st/1999

36

15

51 (Ref. 4)

2nd/1999

61

32

93 (Ref. 5)

3rd/1999

101

55

156 (Ref. 6)

4th/1999

137

65

202 (Ref. 3)

TOTAL

335

167

502

 

“Ada County average price of a home sold was $147,829 at the end of December 1999, as compared to the median price of $123,500 county wide” (Ref. 3).

 

2000

 

“The average price of homes sold during the first three months of 2000 in Area 1,000 was $191,837, as compared to the Median price of $177,700” (Ref. 7).

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st/2000

29

13

42 (Ref. 7)

2nd/2000

60

18

178 (Ref. 8)

3rd/2000

56

23

79 (Ref. 9)

4th/2000

45

6

51 (Ref. 10)

TOTAL

190

60

250

 

“Ada County average of the price of a home sold was $159,314 at the end of March 2000, as compared to the median price of $129,000 county wide” (Ref. 7).

 

2001

 

“At the end of the First Quarter of 2001, the average price of homes sold in Area 1,000 was $176,518, as compared to the Median price of $179,900” (Ref. 11).

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st/2001

32

16

48 (Ref. 11)

2nd/2001

32

34

66 (Ref. 12)

3rd/2001

55

30

85 (Ref. 13)

4th/2001

35

18

53 (Ref. 14)

TOTAL

154

98

252

 

“Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the first three months of 2001 was $158,827, as compared to the median price of $131,000” (Ref. 11).

 

2002

 

“Southeast Meridian (Area 1000) First Quarter 2002 average price of homes sold was $183,184, as compared to the median price of $179,000. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the first three months of 2002 was $166,999, as compared to the median price of $139,000” (Ref. 15).

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st/2002

22

19

41 (Ref. 15)

2nd/2002

20

24

44 (Ref. 16)

3rd/2002

17

24

41 (Ref. 17)

4th/2002

17

28

45 (Ref. 18)

TOTAL

76

95

171

 

“Southeast Meridian (Area 1000) Second Quarter 2002 average price of homes sold was $189,900, as compared to the median price of $180,450. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Second Quarter or June 2002 was $172,188, as compared to the median price of $140,000” (Ref. 16).

 

“At the end of the Third Quarter of 2002, the average price of homes sold in Southeast Meridian (Area 1000) was $197,461, as compared to the Median price of $198,000. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Third Quarter or September 2002 was $173,920, as compared to the median price of $143,545” (Ref. 17).

 

“At the end of the Fourth Quarter of 2002, the average price of homes sold in Southeast Meridian (Area 1000) was $184,000, as compared to the Median price of $186,039. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Fourth Quarter 2002 was $167,911, as compared to the median price of $142,025” (Ref. 18).

 

January 1998 through December 2002 Southeast Meridian (Area 1000) Single-Family Homes Sold:

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st - 4th / 1998

137

70

207

1st - 4th / 1999

335

167

502

1st - 4th / 2000

190

60

250

1st - 4th / 2001

154

98

252

1st - 4th / 2002

76

95

171

TOTAL

222

490

1,382

 

Area 1,000 Home Sales January 1998 through December 2002 consists of the following monthly average by decimal:

 

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

3.7

8.16

23.03

 

2003

 

“At the end of the First Quarter of 2003, the average price of homes sold in Southeast Meridian (Area 1000) was $170,114, as compared to the Median price of $172,450. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the first three months of 2003 was $164,136, as compared to the median price of $139,800” (Ref. 19).

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st/2003

5

21

26 (Ref. 19)

2nd/2003

8

37

45 (Ref. 20)

3rd/2003

6

31

37 (Ref. 21)

4th/2003

2

36

38 (Ref. 22)

TOTAL

21

125

146

 

“At the end of the Second Quarter of 2003, the average price of homes sold in Southeast Meridian (Area 1000) was $175,615, as compared to the Median price of $144,900.  Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Second Quarter or June 2003 was $164,136, as compared to the median price of $139,800” (Ref. 20).

 

“At the end of the Third Quarter of 2003, the average price of homes sold in Southeast Meridian (Area 1000) was $198,280, as compared to the Median price of $192,977. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Third Quarter or September 2003 was $178,882, as compared to the median price of $150,000” (Ref. 21).

 

“At the end of the Fourth Quarter of 2003, the average price of homes sold in Southeast Meridian (Area 1000) was $202,761, as compared to the Median price of $176,125. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Fourth Quarter 2003 was $185,995, as compared to the median price of $155,900” (Ref. 22).

 

First through Fourth Quarter of 2003 Monthly Average total # Single-Family Homes Sold in Southeast Meridian (Area 1000) by decimal:

 

Ada County

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st to 4th Qtr

1.75

10.41

12.16

 

2004

 

“At the end of the First Quarter of 2004, the average price of homes sold in Southeast Meridian (Area 1000) was $218,478, as compared to the Median price of $205,950. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the first three months of 2004 was $179,925, as compared to the median price of $160,000” (Ref. 23).

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st Qtr 2004

5

17

22 (Ref. 23)

2nd Qtr 2004

25

44

69 (Ref. 24)

Year End Report 3rd Qtr total listing = difference of 1st, 2nd & 4th Qtr total listing

Not reported

Not reported

252-172=80 (Ref. 25)

4th Qtr 2004

38

43

81 (Ref. 26)

TOTAL

68

104

252

Jan to June = 1st & 2nd Qtr & Sep to Dec = 4th Qtr 2004

 

“At the end of the Second Quarter of 2004, the average price of homes sold in Southeast Meridian (Area 1000) was $214,415, as compared to the Median price of $200,000.  Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Second Quarter or June 2004 was $191,157, as compared to the median price of $160,000” (Ref. 24).

 

“At the end of the Third Quarter of 2004, the average price of homes sold in Southeast Meridian (Area 1000) was _____, as compared to the Median price of _____. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Third Quarter or September 2004 was _____, as compared to the median price of _____” (Ref. 25).

 

“At the end of the Fourth Quarter of 2004, the average price of homes sold in Southeast Meridian (Area 1000) was $223,982, as compared to the Median price of $213,900. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Fourth Quarter 2004 was $203,190, as compared to the median price of $170,000” (Ref. 26).

 

First through Fourth Quarters of December 2004 Monthly Average total # Single-Family Homes Sold in Southeast Meridian (Area 1000) by decimal:

 

Ada County

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st, 2nd & 4th 2004

7.55

11.55

21

Jan to June = 1st & 2nd Qtr & Sep to Dec = 4th Qtr 2004

New Construction and Existing Homes = 9-months and total listing = 12-months

 

January 1998 through December 2004 total # Single-Family Homes Sold in Southeast Meridian (Area 1000):

 

Ada County

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1998

137

70

207

1999

335

167

502

2000

190

60

250

2001

154

98

252

2002

76

95

171

2003

21

125

146

1st, 2nd & 4th 2004

68

104

172

Year End Report 3rd Qtr total listing = difference of 1st, 2nd & 4th Qtr total listing

Not reported

Not reported

252-172=80

TOTAL

981

719

1,780

Jan to June = 1st & 2nd Qtr & Sep to Dec = 4th Qtr 2004

New Construction and Exiting Homes total reflects 1998 to 1st, 2nd & 3rd 2004 = 81-months and total listing = 84-months

 

January 1998 through December 2004 Monthly Average total # Single-Family Homes Sold in Southeast Meridian (Area 1000) by decimal:

 

Ada County

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1998 to 2004

12.11

8.87

21.97

Jan to June = 1st & 2nd Qtr & Sep to Dec = 4th Qtr 2004

New Construction and Exiting Homes total reflects 1998 to 1st, 2nd & 3rd 2004 = 81-months and total listing = 84-months

Year End Report 3rd Qtr total listing = difference of 1st, 2nd & 4th Qtr total listing

 

2005

 

“At the end of the First Quarter of 2005, the average price of homes sold in Southeast Meridian (Area 1000) was $240,005, as compared to the Median price of $230,000. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the first three months of 2005 was $204,644, as compared to the median price of $173,500” (Ref. 27).

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st/2005

Not reported

Not reported

63 (Ref. 27)

04/05

Not reported

Not reported

29 (Ref. 28)

TOTAL

 

 

92

Total listing = 4-months

               

“During April 2005 the average price of homes sold in Southeast Meridian (Area 1000) $226,635, as compared to the Median price of $219,900. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the first three months of 2005 was $204,644, as compared to the median price of $176,015” (Ref. 28).

 

January though April 2005 Monthly Average total # Single-Family Homes Sold in Southeast Meridian (Area 1000) by decimal:

 

Ada County

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

Jan to Apr 2005

 

 

23

Total listing = 4-months

                                

January 1998 through April 2005 total # Single-Family Homes Sold in Southeast Meridian (Area 1000):

 

Ada County

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1998

137

70

207

1999

335

167

502

2000

190

60

250

2001

154

98

252

2002

76

95

171

2003

21

125

146

1st, 2nd & 4th 2004

68

104

172

Year End Report 3rd Qtr total listing = difference of 1st, 2nd & 4th Qtr total listing

Not reported

Not reported

252-172=80

1st Qtr /2005

Not reported

Not reported

63

04/05

Not reported

Not reported

29

TOTAL

981

719

1,872

Jan to June = 1st & 2nd Qtr & Sep to Dec = 4th Qtr 2004

New Construction and Exiting Homes total reflects 1998 to 1st, 2nd & 3rd 2004 to March 2005 = 81-months and total listing = 88-months

New Construction and Exiting Homes Jan to April 2005 not available

 

January 1998 through April 2005 Monthly Average total # Single-Family Homes Sold in Southeast Meridian (Area 1000) by decimal:

 

Ada County

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1998 to April 2005

12.11

8.87

21.27

Jan to June = 1st & 2nd Qtr & Sep to Dec = 4th Qtr 2004

New Construction and Exiting Homes total reflects 1998 to 1st, 2nd & 3rd 2004 to March 2005 = 81-months and total listing = 88-months

New Construction and Exiting Homes Jan to April 2005 not available

 

Ada County Residential Home Sales statistics provided by the Intermountain Multiple Listing Services, Inc (IMLS) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/AdaInterface.html 

 

(Ref. 1) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/AdaQtr4.htm

(Ref. 1B) http://www.intermountainmls.com/statistics.html

(Ref. 1C) http://www.intermountainmls.com/statistics.html

(Ref. 2) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/AdaQtr1.htm

(Ref. 3) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada4Q99.htm

(Ref. 4) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada1Q99.htm 

(Ref. 5) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada2Q99.htm 

(Ref. 6) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada3Q99.htm

(Ref. 7) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada1Q00.htm 

(Ref. 8) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada2Q.htm 

(Ref. 9) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/AdaQ3.html 

(Ref. 10) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/ada4q00.html 

(Ref. 11) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada1Q01.html 

(Ref. 12) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada2Q01.pdf 

(Ref. 13) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada3Q01.pdf 

(Ref. 14) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada4Q01.pdf 

(Ref. 15) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada1Q02.pdf

(Ref. 16) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada2Q02.pdf

(Ref. 17) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada3Q02.pdf

(Ref. 18 to 28) http://www.intermountainmls.com/statistics.html

 

 

Southwest Meridian (Area 1010)

 

Meridian Chamber of Commerce http://www.meridianchamber.org

 

Meridian Map provided by the Intermountain Multiple Listing Services, Inc (IMLS)

http://www.intermountainmls.com/images/adamap1.gif 

 

Meridian Home Page http://www.ci.meridian.id.us

 

Idaho Commerce & Labor http://www.idoc.state.id.us

 

Ada County Residential Home Sales statistics provided by the Intermountain Multiple Listing Services, Inc (IMLS)

http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/AdaInterface.html 

 

1998

 

“Southwest Meridian, refereed to, as Area 1010, average price of a home sold by December 1998 was $169,269, as compared to the Median price of $159,900. (Ref. 1)

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st/1998

39

14

53 (Ref. 2)

2nd/1998

4

19

23 (Ref. 1B)

3rd/1998

4

32

36 (Ref. 1C)

4th/1998

185

72

257 (Ref. 1)

TOTAL

232

137

369

 

“Ada County average of the price of a home sold was $154,78 at the end of December 1998, as compared to the median price of $120,900 county wide” (Ref. 1).

 

1999

 

“The average price of a home sold in Southwest Meridian by December 1999 was $155,169, as compared to the Median price of $127,000” (Ref. 3).

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st/1999

1

7

8 (Ref. 4)

2nd/1999

5

17

22 (Ref. 5)

3rd/1999

7

30

37 (Ref. 6)

4th/1999

9

39

48 (Ref. 3)

TOTAL

22

93

115

 

“Ada County average price of a home sold was $147,829 at the end of December 1999, as compared to the median price of $123,500 county wide” (Ref. 3)

 

2000

 

“The average price of homes sold during the first three months of 2000 in Area 1,010 was $165,828, as compared to the Median price of $124,041” (Ref. 7).

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st/2000

2

8

10 (Ref. 7)

2nd/2000

2

15

17 (Ref. 8)

3rd/2000

0

10

10 (Ref. 9)

4th/2000

0

12

12 (Ref. 10)

TOTAL

4

45

49

 

“Ada County average of the price of a home sold was $159,314 at the end of March 2000, as compared to the median price of $129,000 county wide” (Ref. 7).

 

2001

 

“At the end of the First Quarter of 2001, the average price of homes sold in Area 1010 was $189,664, as compared to the Median price of $187,950” (Ref. 11),

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st/2001

1

9

10 (Ref. 11)

2nd/2001

2

11

13 (Ref. 12)

3rd/2001

2

12

14 (Ref. 13)

4th/2001

3

11

14 (Ref. 14)

TOTAL

8

43

51

 

“Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the first three months of 2001 was $158,827, as compared to the median price of $131,000” (Ref. 11).

 

2002

 

“Southwest Meridian (Area 1010) First Quarter 2002 average price of homes sold was $193,268, as compared to the median price of $166,450. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the first three months of 2002 was $166,999, as compared to the median price of $139,000” (Ref. 15).

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st/2002

10

4

14 (Ref. 15)

2nd/2002

22

14

36 (Ref. 16)

3rd/2002

18

7

25 (Ref. 17)

4th/2002

26

16

42 (Ref. 18)

TOTAL

76

41

117

 

“Southwest Meridian (Area 1010) Second Quarter 2002 average price of homes sold was $182,183, as compared to the median price of $167,000. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Second Quarter or June 2002 was $172,188, as compared to the median price of $140,000” (Ref. 16).

 

“At the end of the Third Quarter of 2002, the average price of homes sold in Southwest Meridian (Area 1010) was $199,079, as compared to the Median price of $183,820. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Third Quarter or September 2002 was $173,920, as compared to the median price of $143,545” (Ref. 17).

 

“At the end of the Fourth Quarter of 2002, the average price of homes sold in Southwest Meridian (Area 1010) was $176,700, as compared to the Median price of $194,889. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Fourth Quarter 2002 was $167,911, as compared to the median price of $142,025” (Ref. 18).

 

January 1998 through December 2002 Southwest Meridian (Area 1010) Single-Family Homes Sold:

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st - 4th / 1998

232

137

369

1st - 4th / 1999

22

93

115

1st - 4th / 2000

4

45

49

1st - 4th / 2001

8

43

51

1st - 4th / 2002

76

41

117

TOTAL

342

359

701

 

Area 1010 Home Sales January 1998 through December 2002 consists of the following monthly average by decimal:

 

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

57

5.98

11.68

 

2003

 

“At the end of the First Quarter of 2003, the average price of homes sold in Southwest Meridian (Area 1010) was $187,502, as compared to the Median price of $172,436. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the first three months of 2003 was $164,136, as compared to the median price of $139,800” Ref. 19).

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st/2003

18

10

28 (Ref. 19)

2nd/2003

32

19

51 (Ref. 20)

3rd/2003

27

19

46 (Ref. 21)

4th/2003

25

12

37 (Ref. 22)

TOTAL

102

60

162

 

“At the end of the Second Quarter of 2003, the average price of homes sold in Southwest Meridian (Area 1010) was $187,502, as compared to the Median price of $172,436.  Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Second Quarter or June 2003 was $164,136, as compared to the median price of $139,800” (Ref. 20).

 

“At the end of the Third Quarter of 2003, the average price of homes sold in Southwest Meridian (Area 1010) was $229,421, as compared to the Median price of $220,470. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Third Quarter or September 2003 was $178,882, as compared to the median price of $150,000” (Ref. 21).

 

“At the end of the Fourth Quarter of 2003, the average price of homes sold in Southwest Meridian (Area 1010) was $275,636, as compared to the Median price of $245,000.  Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Fourth Quarter 2003 was $185,995, as compared to the median price of $155,900” (Ref. 22).

 

First through Fourth Quarter of 2003 Monthly Average total # Single-Family Homes Sold in Southwest Meridian (Area 1010) by decimal:

 

Ada County

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st to 4th Qtr

8.5

5

13.5

 

2004

 

“At the end of the First Quarter of 2004, the average price of homes sold in Southwest Meridian (Area 1010) was $242,327, as compared to the Median price of $200,000. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the first three months of 2004 was $179,925, as compared to the median price of $160,000” (Ref. 23).

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st Qtr 2004

8

11

19 (Ref. 23)

2nd Qtr 2004

21

22

43 (Ref. 24)

Year End Report 3rd Qtr total listing = difference of 1st, 2nd & 4th Qtr total listing

Not reported

Not reported

139-93=46 (Ref. 25)

4th Qtr 2004

19

12

31 (Ref. 26)

TOTAL

48

45

139

Jan to June = 1st & 2nd Qtr & Sep to Dec = 4th Qtr 2004

 

“At the end of the Second Quarter of 2004, the average price of homes sold in Southwest Meridian (Area 1010) was $257,136, as compared to the Median price of $274,000.  Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Second Quarter or June 2004 was $191,157, as compared to the median price of $160,000” (Ref. 24).

 

“At the end of the Third Quarter of 2004, the average price of homes sold in Southwest Meridian (Area 1010) was _____, as compared to the Median price of _____. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Third Quarter or September 2004 was _____, as compared to the median price of _____” (Ref. 25).

 

“At the end of the Fourth Quarter of 2004, the average price of homes sold in Southwest Meridian (Area 1010) was $305,106, as compared to the Median price of $294,900. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the Fourth Quarter 2004 was $203,190, as compared to the median price of $170,000” (Ref. 26).

 

First through Fourth Quarters of December 2004 Monthly Average total # Single-Family Homes Sold in Southwest Meridian (Area 1010) by decimal:

 

Ada County

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st, 2nd & 4th 2004

5.33

5

11.58

Jan to June = 1st & 2nd Qtr & Sep to Dec = 4th Qtr 2004

New Construction and Existing Homes = 9-months and total listing = 12-months

 

January 1998 through December 2004 total # Single-Family Homes Sold in Southwest Meridian (Area 1010):

 

Ada County

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1998

232

137

369

1999

22

93

115

2000

4

45

49

2001

8

43

51

2002

76

41

117

2003

102

60

162

1st, 2nd & 4th 2004

48

45

93

Year End Report 3rd Qtr total listing = difference of 1st, 2nd & 4th Qtr total listing

Not reported

Not reported

139-93=46

TOTAL

492

464

1,002

Jan to June = 1st & 2nd Qtr & Sep to Dec = 4th Qtr 2004

New Construction and Exiting Homes total reflects 1998 to 1st, 2nd & 3rd 2004 = 81-months and total listing = 84-months

 

January 1998 through December 2004 Monthly Average total # Single-Family Homes Sold in Southwest Meridian (Area 1010) by decimal:

 

Ada County

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1998 to 2004

6.07

5.7

11.92

Jan to June = 1st & 2nd Qtr & Sep to Dec = 4th Qtr 2004

New Construction and Exiting Homes total reflects 1998 to 1st, 2nd & 3rd 2004 = 81-months and total listing = 84-months

Year End Report 3rd Qtr total listing = difference of 1st, 2nd & 4th Qtr total listing

 

2005

 

“At the end of the First Quarter of 2005, the average price of homes sold in Southwest Meridian (Area 1010) was $308,961, as compared to the Median price of $300,000. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the first three months of 2005 was $204,644, as compared to the median price of $173,500” (Ref. 27).

 

QUARTER/YEAR

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1st/2005

Not reported

Not reported

27 (Ref. 27)

04/05

Not reported

Not reported

13 (Ref. 28)

TOTAL

 

 

 

Total listing = 4-months

               

“During April 2005 the average price of homes sold in Southwest Meridian (Area 1010) $290,819, as compared to the Median price of $320,000. Ada County average price of homes sold at the end of the first three months of 2005 was $204,644, as compared to the median price of $176,015” (Ref. 28).

 

January though April 2005 Monthly Average total # Single-Family Homes Sold in Southwest Meridian (Area 1010) by decimal:

 

Ada County

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

Jan to Apr 2005

 

 

10

Total listing = 4-months

                                

January 1998 through April 2005 total # Single-Family Homes Sold in Southwest Meridian (Area 1010):

 

Ada County

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1998

232

137

369

1999

22

93

115

2000

4

45

49

2001

8

43

51

2002

76

41

117

2003

102

60

162

1st, 2nd & 4th 2004

48

45

93

Year End Report 3rd Qtr total listing = difference of 1st, 2nd & 4th Qtr total listing

Not reported

Not reported

139-93=46

1st Qtr /2005

Not reported

Not reported

27

04/05

Not reported

Not reported

13

TOTAL

492

464

1,042

Jan to June = 1st & 2nd Qtr & Sep to Dec = 4th Qtr 2004

New Construction and Exiting Homes total reflects 1998 to 1st, 2nd & 3rd 2004 to March 2005 = 81-months and total listing = 88-months

New Construction and Exiting Homes Jan to April 2005 not available

 

January 1998 through April 2005 Monthly Average total # Single-Family Homes Sold in Southwest Meridian (Area 1010) by decimal:

 

Ada County

NEW CONST

EXISTING HOMES

TOTAL LISTING

1998 to April 2005

6.07

5.7

11.84

*January 1998 through April 2005

Jan to June = 1st & 2nd Qtr & Sep to Dec = 4th Qtr 2004

New Construction and Exiting Homes total reflects 1998 to 1st, 2nd & 3rd 2004 to March 2005 = 81-months and total listing = 88-months

Year End Report 3rd Qtr total listing = difference of 1st, 2nd & 4th Qtr total listing

New Construction and Exiting Homes Jan to April 2005 not available

 

Ada County Residential Home Sales statistics provided by the Intermountain Multiple Listing Services, Inc (IMLS)

http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/AdaInterface.html 

 

(Ref. 1) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/AdaQtr4.htm

(Ref. 1B) http://www.intermountainmls.com/statistics.html

(Ref. 1C) http://www.intermountainmls.com/statistics.html

(Ref. 2) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/AdaQtr1.htm

(Ref. 3) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada4Q99.htm

(Ref. 4) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada1Q99.htm 

(Ref. 5) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada2Q99.htm 

(Ref. 6) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada3Q99.htm

(Ref. 7) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada1Q00.htm 

(Ref. 8) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada2Q.htm 

(Ref. 9) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/AdaQ3.html 

(Ref. 10) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/ada4q00.html 

(Ref. 11) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada1Q01.html 

(Ref. 12) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada2Q01.pdf 

(Ref. 13) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada3Q01.pdf 

(Ref. 14) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada4Q01.pdf 

(Ref. 15) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada1Q02.pdf

(Ref. 16) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada2Q02.pdf

(Ref. 17) http://www.intermountainmls.com/rstats/Ada3Q02.pdf

(Ref. 18 to 28) http://www.intermountainmls.com/statistics.html

 

 

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